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/? Wilmington's Foremost Store for Tailored Wear fen W omen, Greenbaum's 304 Market Street. A cordial invitation is extended to attend our Autumn Opening j i j j j I I of Millinery, Furs and Garments Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, October 2nd, 3rd and 4th, When we will make an authori'ative display of the cc > rre ' : t an( ^ leading fashions in Trimmed Hals, Wsisls, Skirls and other / Outer Apparel for the coming Fall and Winter. Greenbaum's UU , 6 FINANCIAL FINANCIAL I WILMINGTON SECURITIES Reported by F. L) Lackey & C». Bankers and Brokers, 813 Market street. Uo.t Capital Aurhorts^d Pi.- Hid A»k Hale Name (KaUcnai bank of Delaware ... Central National Bank ... farm «ira Bank . .. ■First National Bank . Nai l Bank or Wllm r.glon & timndywme. Union National Bank .. Equitable Guarantee A Trust Company ..... Butu.-.ty Trust and Safe Deposit Co . wllrn.ngton Tru*t Company . ., IOn>«r>»n Vulcanised Fibre, Common . American Vulcanised Fibre, preferred ..... J * are Railroad M«ock .. Wilmington Gas \ Electric, Com . „ Wumlngton Gas A Eleotr'-., ptl . nljiti nglen, New Castle A Co, Ry„ corn.,.. VV ...umgtOir. New Cuetle A Ko. lty„ pfrd.,.. >».ltn;ngton Light, Power f■ Telephone U». . Name BONDS AJiPrloaa Vulcanized Fibre Bonds .. Wilmington City Railway Bonds . Wilmington A Chaster Tmctlnn Bonds ..... Wilmington Gas A Elect, lloi.de . Wilmington. New Caslle A Bo. Bonds .. »»fimnrvla Tetepncn« Bonds .. vvl.mlngton Light, Power A Telephon«, Co. U. 2U 1.1 . 31U.ÜUU lOl 113 . 500,000 lu 135 135 . *00,000 100 1411 .. 300,000 30 «7 .I >3. lié 30 X7 . oeil.OOJ W0 230 325 . OOU.IHK 1 1» 23', . »0.000 60 100 115 U0 .1.HOO.OOO 101 . 561,300 100 W 30 10C .ii-M.33ii 35 4b . 000.00/ M 15 . 700,000 60 . 100,000 10 . 1.'3.000 10 . 1,000.000 100 Issued Rate Bid Asked Sa.» . 460,000 6 104 106 151 . 6O1I.1SIH 4 100 . 2.305 000 5 10* 104 100 . 1,000 000 414 »8 100 95 . 650.000 5 . 100,000 6 100 . S08.000 ( Ml ■W '■ : * » ÔB 100 loo ^■EQUITABLE GUARANTEE »«■>? TRUST CO r.e' 1 4 1-2 pet. Bonds of New Castle County are as safe an investment as United States Government Bonds and pay a much better income. We have a few left for sale at prices to yield 4 20-100 per cent. A Holding Customers* Interests N. W. Cor. Ninth and Market Sts. Wilmington, Del. $3,000,000 ASSETS OVER idîntical with its own, has always been the policy of this bank. It is thoroughly equipped £:r hand ling the accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals. WILMINGTON TRUST COMPANY, Tenth and Market Streets. T.' C. dul'ont, Pre..dcnt. Henry P. Scott, Vlee-I'rcldent. Pierre S. duPunt, Vice-President 8. D. Wm. Winder Laird, Treasurer. DIRECTORS. T. C. duPoni Henry P. Scott Sam 1 liarcro.t, Jr Charles C. Kurtm. Pierre 6. du Pont John Bigg« William 8 Hllie« A. W. 8i>ru«nce Harlan G. Scott Andrew C. Ornv 8. D. Towne'jnd J MONEY TO LOAN On Good First Mortgage, on Improved and Well Lo cated City Property. WILMINGTON SHYING) FUND SOCIETY KENT COURT ALLOWS $1500 FOR INDICES Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. DOVER, Del.. Oçt. } -There was a breeze In the Levy Court of Kent county yesterday when the Indicée bill came in for payment, volumes of Indices, twenty-three of ■which were reversible and all of ■which were 300-page books had been prepared for the office of the tbonotnry of Kent county. Pardoe. The cla'mar.ts fof iho pay for Fifty-six new thl* clerical work did not put In a bill but had Individually asked for a goodly sum.The three claimants were Law»-j yers James M. Satterfield and A. Don nell Marshall, and Dr, W. D. Burton, pro Waiter If you want the cheapest good coffee in the world buy Arbuckles' Ariosa Coffee. There is no other. t3r AKBUCKLB BROS., New York Citg, Interest Earnings Paid Our Depositors % The following table shows how your money Increases when deposited with us and Interest compounded Semi annually at 2 per cent. Is added: $ 100 $ 250 $ 500 $1000 5 years. 5 year's. 5 years. 5 years. $ 110.45 $ 276.15 $ 552.30 $1104.50 l<ast year we credited our depositors with Interest on their accounts aggregating nearly $50,000 SECURITY TRUST AND P I'X I Sic I « XX Vlf., j Members Philadelphia Stock Exchange, SAFE DEPOSIT CO.. 519 Market Street. Capital - - • $600,000 Surplus - - - $600,000' BANKERS and BROKERS Orders for the purchase and sale of Stocks, Bonds and Qrain foi cash or carried on favorable terms SCOTT & CO.. Bankers and Brokers, 902 Market Street, Block, .mi >-«nd* Bought and Sold in All Stock Exchange*. JAMES F. NIELDS Bond« for In/e«tm 9 nt« Local Securities Bought and Sold. N. W. Cor. Eighth and Market Streets. Frederic L. Kurtz, Investment Securities, 312 DUPONT BUILDING. the deputy prothonotary. The work " Vi/..^, ' *•!* n !' i n 0n * I < —, t ,r !l' C ' >,nms -' ioner Walker, n nvod ô 1 Un . 0r a P"» 8 "«' i.mM-il in oiM*n omit that the whole ' ' n, ' r t,lil "1 the hands the committee having It In charge and that/the court go Into committee of! tho whole, and consider the payment in secret session, which was ordered. The court allowed 51.500, Just half the amount vorballv asked. ■ i state College is Opened. '[Spécial to THE EVENING JOURNAL j DOVER*, Dei.. Oct. 1—The State Col i lege of Colored Students of Delaware ! opened to-day with the largest nttend ! ance at any opening dey. Entrance examinations were held and the regu r lar fall term of study will be taken ( up to-morrow. ■ 1 RAILROAD AND COUNCIL CLASH Over Whether Safety Gates Shall be Placed at New Castle Crossing COUNCIL AFTEU TROLLEY Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL, NEW CASTLE, Oct. 2—The P„ It. and W. Railroad Company and City Council are at loggerheads. The cut oft crossing at Raldton Is the bone of contention owing to the fact that the trains run across the Wilmington road at a fast rate of speed. Accidents have occurred and at times no watch man is at the crossing. City Council Inst evening gave two readings to an ordinance to compel the railroad company to place safety gales at the crossing. Supervisor F. E. Waters, of Clay ten, attended the meet ing and said that the company had placed a man at the crossing and he reported that the principal travel over the tracks was between 5 in the morn ing and 6 In the evening. He did not br.Ueve in safoty -fates at that point avd did not think it was necessary to keen a watchman there all the time. Members of Council replied that tho railroad company by its discourteous treatment drove Council to draft the ordinance. Mr. Mathias said that the previous evening at 10.30 a fast train ran over that track and the whistle did net blow until the engine was within a few feet ot the crossing and anyone who would be driving across at the lime could not escape. Mr. Waters «rid Mat all trains would bo stopped there to take water and that there would be no necessity for a watchman and satfcty gates. Council and tho Trolley. Council next took a hand In tho trolley road movements. Motormen disregard the rule ot slowing down riT all crossings and do not cut off the power. Last week a car came near causing a bad collision at Fifth and Delaware streets. Thu Council will look Into the ordinance granting tho franchise to the company. City Council gave two readings to an ordinance prohibiting the dumping of paper or rubbish on the streets or lots within the city limits. North Sixth street Is to he used as a public dump. The tine for violation of the ordinance is $5. The Board of Health will be sup ported in Its movements for the abate ment of all nuisances. Fire Engine Test. The test of the fire engiïie at ,the plugs will bo made on Saturday. New Castle will have a reorganized flic company. Each member of Council will name two men who will bo willing to serve and then tho eighteen men will make rules regarding the admis sion of members. The New Castle firemen have always been clflclent and fearless and by their good work Arcs have been kept' down from spreading. Farmers and business men have signalized their Intention to give free teams to haul slag for the Wilming ton avenue so that the piece of road along Rogers' woods will be passable this winter. Post Card Shower, George Walker was given a postal card showtr on Monday evening at his home near the light house. The ocoo sion %vns his sixtieth birthday, and about fifty friends called to extend congratulations. A few hours were spent pleasantly and supper was served. Admirers of tho Athletics went to Philadelphia to-day to see the game. Mr. end Mrs. J. Parks Duncan of <he Continental Hotel. Atlantic City, visited Mr. and Mrs. George K. Dun ran yesterday. The Trustees of the Commons ex pect to got all their rent this year ow ing to the good prices obtained for farm products. $1.00 to Baltimore and Return, Sunday Oct. 6th, Baltimore and Ohio R. R. Special train will leave Wilmington (Delaware Avenue Station) at 9.10 a. m.; Newark at 9.30 a. m.; returning, loaves Baltimore (Camden Station) 6.30 p. m.; (Mt. Royal Station, at 6.36 p. m.) After a session lasting over two hours, during which many witnesses w.-re heard, : tile commission appointed 10 owd.mii prep erly along Tenth «trout, between Orange ... . and Tatrvall «tree!«, made it« awards yes . . ... . .. .. terday afternoon. It Is probable that some of the owners will make an appeal. The award, were as follows: David Wiley, trustee of Jnslah Morris. estate, three houses, 10)4 foot front, each WM0 thres-story'ship AWARDS MADE ON TENTH STREET William E. Harris, double stone house, *3,000. brtcï'hjus l. Km!" Wilmington Automobile Company, *7,503 David M. Hess estate, owners of the Lyceum Ttuvilrc, corner of 60 square feet, hymim Theatre Company, tenant. |fi00 trustee, The comminalon, which was compoycd,of George S. Capelle. James P. Winchester, J. S. Mullin. Jr., John 8. Ho»« U and Phi lemma Chandler, heard many wit neasea before reaching the figures named. ! Almost all of Monday afternoon was sp.*nt in listening to opinions of interested parties upon the subject. Those before the comission were William D. Haddack, W. H. Jone», W. H. Foulk. James Grubb. Harris, W. J. Fisher, Alfred M. Ta:t, Ed ward Banks. Charles C. Kurtz and City Engineer Howard B. Griffith. James C. Van Trump has taken up his duties as superintendent of the Water Department, in connection with his own Work as foreman of plumbers. Because of the action of the Water Board In deciding not to build the final filters and the new filtered water res-T VAN TRUMP NOW IN FULL CHARGE * ert'olr, the work of which was 'to have been under Mr. Van Trump's charge. It la not thought that the superintend ent will have much to look after for the preaenL All Hats Trimmed Alterations Made Free of Charge by Expert Tailors FREE ot Charge : The New Daylight Department Store Store Open During the Opening Until 10 p. m. TOMORROW, THURSDAY The Second Day of Our % /V-: Millinery Opening • V 02 c. V You and your friends and your friends' friends are invited to in spect the exclusive authoritative styles in Wilmington's one im portant collection of artistic 'Autumn Millinery. ■ ■ m -i mwM w: . v < I V« COME JACOBY'S immm • v » mmm " 224.6 MARKET STREET WILL TAKE HALF DAY OFF TO VOTE Central Labor Union in Favor of Government Owning Telegraph L nes At the meeting of the Central Labor Union last night H. A. W. Bohan was unanimously elected delegate to the convention of the American Federation of Labor, to be held at Norfolk, Va., beginning Monday, November 11. It was decided to advise members to take a half day on November 5, which is election day, In order that they might exercise their right of suffrage. All locals affiliated with the Central body will be requested to take a similar action. The Commercial Telegraphers', Union sent a communication asking for tho moral support of .the local unions. It was disclosed that tho painters' local had already contributed *10 to the cause. On account of violation of the eight hour law and his opposition to trades unions, a resolution was adopted osklng President Roosevelt to remove Charles A. Stillings as public printer. The following resolution also was adopted: "Whereas, The Constitution of the United States. Section R. Article 1. has empowered Congress with authority to regulate commerce tions and among the several States; and with foreign na (*• Article 1, atjCnngress to establish post offices and post roads; and . "Whereas. The present system ol telegraphy Is but a modern develop ment of the post office, and it has been decided by the Supreme Court of the United States that telegraph com panies are engaged in Xiterstate com merce: therefore be it • Resolved. That it Is the sense of the Central Labor Union of Delaware that the greed and avarice of the telegraph cont pa n les of the United States are tho i mTne aiste cause of the present unfer t trlkp of th( , telegraph operators . . . . . 1 *u ai D „ B *„L which Interferes with the ai«i>atrh ol 1 . , . . ,__ Ä nubile and nrlvute business and uorlat 1 UWI1 ^ : * , ^ correspondence; and as it is the desire of this body to strike at the root of tho ov ^' ^ . .. a "Resolved. That a cop> ' luttons be sent to the President of the United States, requesting hlfn 'to de clare In favor of government owncr of the telegraph, and to urge upon Congress'the Importance and necessity "Whereas. The Constitution, has further empowered for the same. In order to avoid a repe tltion of the present troubles In that regard." INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, The board of directors of the Union Theological Industrial Training School met yesterday at No. 101 East Ninth ! street. Rev. B. T. Ruley, D. IX, pre sided. Bishop Ramsey, of the New Jetsey and New York Diocese, was present as were Rcy. Asbury 9nlth, .of the Wilmington District, Rev. Dr.'Charles Bolden, of the Pennsylvania district; Rev. Sandy Gumby, of Dela DISCUSS WORK AT Clty, and Rev. Ezeklal Smith, of ware this city. ■ . - * The Instruction of the boys of the Training School In carpentry and agri cultural work Ramsay said it was the desire of the board to prepare the young women to be first class housekeepers, unanimously decided by the board to thank the press of the city for aiding the school, Industrial School, was returned to that institution yesterday afternoon by Chief of Police Black and Special Offi cer David Wardle. lated her parole by coming to this city, and was consequently returned to the school. was urged. Bishop It was Returned to Girl Reformatory. Ruth Short, aged 15 years, of Talley vlllo, who was paroled from the QlrU The girl had vlo CUBAN REVOLT AS A BUSINESS Daugherty's Energetic Meas ures Pronvse to Break up the Outlaw Gangs By THE JOURNAL'S Special Wire. HAVANA, Oct. 2.—The manner in which! Captain Daugherty's rurales are running, down suburban outlaws is threatening the exterminatlon of one of the island's great} Industry—that ot Insurrection against the existing government. Hitherto it has been the authorities' custom to relax their efforts following every engagement, giving the lasurrectos time to reorganize. Captain Daugherty, however, sticks persistently to the trail} and is rapidly bringing order out of chaos In the banditti-ridden sections. Judge Bortave has signed the Indict ments against the seven men accused of organizing the rebellion planned for last month against. American rule. The Indictments also refers to "others enlisted to rise up in arms and take the field with the object of obstructing the provisional government which the United States established In the republic, drive mit all foreigners except Spaniards; kill Americans and prevent all portions from developing the next crop.'' Orders have been Issued for the arrest of Gonzales and Martinez who are still at large and for the detention of the other five under bail of *10,000 each American money and bonds of 5,000 pesetas each to answer for costs. » t BAN ON SCHOOL "FRATS Washington Superintendent Thinks They are Evidence of "Decaying Civilization." By THE JOURNAL'S Special Wire. WASHINGTON, Oct. 2.-Secret socletlr. and "frats" In Washington public schools! must go. Tbi. ultimatum Ira. been deliver-' ed by Superintendent Chancellor to 4001 teachers of the dutrict und a committee' has been appointed to eradicate tho evil. Thls action Is the result of several re cent serious hazing opcodes, in addition Dr. Chancellor charges that the "frats" foster snobbishness and are evidence of "decaying civilization." Betting on alh-i letlc contests will also be suppressed. Miss Delia Plant, of Providence, R. !.. Is engaged as expert trimmer with Miss Stetnlcken. .. nOB ' ■ 1 1 » n 9 ✓ ■ re m % ss f& :i ■d THE CENTER OF ATTRACTION Rich jewelry and artistic silverware are especially attractive In their gen erous profusion and Infinite variety at EARLE'S. A most marked feature of our goods Is the many novel and unique articles which cannot be dupli cated, making a selection from any of which most desirable as presents. — 715 MARKET STREET] W. G. (ARLE, Jqweler 0. H. SIASSF0RT. rfjnajer / DEDICATE HOME FOR OLD FOLKS Judge James Pennewiil Makes Interesting Address at Dover Ceremonies Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. DOVER. Del., Oct 2.—The Palmer Hopie for Old Folks, the only charitable institu tlon in Dover, was formally dedicated yes terday. The exercises followed a meeting and luncheon of the Beard of Directors.} j Mrs. Elizabeth H. Anderson presided. The exercises were distinguished by an' exceptionally tine musical service by the ' united choirs of Dover. Besides an address by Judge Pennewiil, there were speeches by Arley B. Magee and William T. Smithers. Tho home was built for the King's Daughters of Dover and elsewhere. For every dollar raised by the King's Daught ers and their building committee, to build and equip the home, another dollur'was contributed by General William H. Pal mer, the Colorado Springs milllonare miner and philanthropist, who was him self born near Dover, and is himself now among the aged. v Judge Pennewiil. in his dedication speech said: t know that wo «re called upon in this day to listen to the cry that our whole country 1« being debouched by corruption and greed. That they exist can neither be denied nor excused. "But the foundation and dedication ot such institutions as this, where men and women whoso fortunes have fled, finding themselves In the eventlmo of life, may come and find a haven of rest. Is to my mind a clear Indication that righteousness and sympathy and love for our fellow man still obtain. And I am prepared to deny, ] to-day, the declaration that tho world is growing worse and .hat a sordid desire to ! advance selfish ambition has crowded out everything else of tho essentials of good citizenship and the qualifications of ai " We nevcr flaw a bettor era 1" the af-j t alr " mankind than this. Our country [ novcr stoo<l so eniincnt fn the love and < * ,eem a,,d a ' nblt '°n» of her people. And lo - day WB ur0 a8 «'»'blcd. Just a« our fel low countrymen are doing all over this rV.'? W d ?° r ' to ,. pr ?' I 8tnt " new tribute ot mans humanity to, man." neighbor. APPROVE OF NEW Wharf project The Board of Trade 1. receiving a large number of letters approving the river front project and the idea of having a ferry service between here and Ponns grove and the other towns on the eastern shore of the river. An enthusiastic letter has been received from the publicity bureau of Long Branch, N. J., offering the | assistance of the bureau or of tho Clty| Council of Long Branch. Louis T. Stevens, secretary of the Board of Trade of Cape May, has also sent a letter offering Its hearty co-operation. Prominent among the others who have sent encouraging letters are George W. I Payne, Mayor of Millville. N. J.; Victor! J; Hambrecht. president of the Atlantic City -Real Estate Company, and M. H. Stevenson, mayor of Cape Charles. To-, morrow night the Board of Trade will ap I I i •S _ . . r .. .... e R ,h , e feasibility of the project will be made within a brief time. point a committee to act with the commit tee from City Council. The undertaking j will be further Investigated, and It Is ex-1 • Prof. G.FTTHE1L527 &.V s, K . W Philadelphia, i'fc. »'Älii OetiUrhrr Artt." Only ««er. I jf Hpeelgl.ef In A »er Ira. Uuarai.tm w tn rur» »!*• ! r '»'Ts Bl !wd ,( other, e.i.1 , Wo«. Debility, 4 OyrarV pr*e»lr«l 4 4 *r»n' ho» plia I npce* Ira " to Üeod for •• i) out." te! I. all, •> dwIm • .erf —4i«i,^ itM tea« na« 5 aa DIwmm, KimisH, Abuse». Wrtk» I Louet. Drolo«. JflS. T. KULLIN & SENS. / OP©lilW€k -O' LJ iyis-Euc, ^j , i> ,i #VWW9 8 i5tflPwwst'*rifiP!*!îinssi' A All Over the Store. Look at our second floor; Finest Ready-made Sid for Men and Young M % ts en. First Kults, *10, The biggest *30, $25 and *30. floor. Men's *12 and *15. run we have ever had Stetson Hats; Stiff Hats, The New Mascot Soft Hat and Stetson Nutria Hats. Boys' and Little Boys' Clothes on third floor. Open Tuesday and Sat urday nights. on 6th and Market. A _ AMUSEMENTS. Grand ggusê W e "r ni Oct. 2 will!am a w. JEFFERSON In a Magnificent Revival of Be its now »elling. Prices, 2Dc to |1.50. THE RIVALS Grand house T hur, t d ;j nin? Sam 9. & Leo Shubert Submit The Road to Yesterday With MINNIE DUPREE Oct. 3 ____ add Entire original Company and Production. Seals Selling—Prices, 35c to *1,50. Grand Ocl. 5th Charles Dillingham Presents. Prior to Its New York Engagement. Charles K eln's Ntw Play, The Step-Sister With the Greatest Company of Play ers Ever Seen Hero, Including Chrys tal Herne. Frederic De Belleville, Ma thilde Cottrelly, Gertrude Do re mu«, John Findlay, William Sampson, Grace Filklns. Bruce McCro », Ralph Del more, Dorothy Dorr, Anna John ston, Helen Graham^ Ira Hard«. SEAT SALE THURSDAY, 9 AM. Prices—*1.60. *1.00, 75. 60, 25c. X HE GARRICK. 1 An extraordinary bill this week! 4« PEOPLE—Every One a Star! ROBERT DAILEY 4r COMPANY, SHERIDAN BLOCK & COMPANY. THE EIGHT FAIR VIRGINIANS, . Dorsch & Russell. Leon A Adeline, Howell & Scott C. W. Williams. THE KINBTOGRAPH.' Performances Twice Dally, 2.15 and 8 15 Prices the Same. 26, 35 and 50c. Saturday morning session 10 a.m. O 0<!e | nn n ^^381011 6V6ry nllCriTuOn C. P. fll• SCSSiOR 6VerV Evening 8 D. fH. Day Admission, 10c; Skates, 10c Evening Admission, I5c; Skates, 15c PhrUtTan Associât 'prÄf crises™'" dressmaking, millinery, shlrtwa'sts, plain sewing, cooking, elocution, physical cul ture ' *tc., at small cost. Day and evening ggS Cafl or senÄ circular. Rooms with board, *3 to *5 I )Cr week. - - LYCEUM THEATRE—Tenth street, west of ^larket. Matinees. 10. 20, 25 cents. Nights and holidays, 10. 20, 30, Ç0 cents. Sept. 30. Oct. X and 2. mal nee* Monday and Wednesday, sixth annual starring tour ot Joseph Sanfley. In "Billy, the Kid »» Coming—"Custer's Last Fight." Ilth St, Skating Rink CALL ON THE Home Loan Office 216 Market Street DO YOU NEED Money loaned on all Personal Property, Watche», Diamonds, MONEY Jewelry, etc. Bargains in Jewelry. 3 . v> y I 'i -v 1 | lYf I« ffl m : 1>* I before he had cut or tasted It Its ap I pearance was warrant of Its flavor and i tenderness. His wife's answer was our name. Of course, we sell many meats, .but we take Just pride In our steaks— sirloin, porterhouse, rump. etc. 'Phono M Where Did You Get That SteakT was the question that he asked, even j your order, If you like. M. MATTHES, I 1and King . STORES: 827 KING STREET, 20th and Market. BOTH PHONES.